Fighting the Federal Reserve -- The Controversial Life and Works of Congressman
MAVERICK? MADMAN? TRAITOR? SUPER PATRIOT? CONGRESSMAN LOUIS T. McFADDEN -- THE MAN WHO TOOK ON THE FEDERAL RESERVE AND WAS NEARLY ASSASSINATED BECAUSE OF HIS BELIEFS. Though virtually unknown today, the Congressman from Pennsylvania -- to those who know what he stood for -- has become a virtual champion of Constitutional Rights, a true patriot. McFadden was wise beyond his years when he boldly insisted that the Civil War, World War I, The Great Depression and World War II were events which were not desired by the American people, were not planned by the American people, and were not voluntarily entered into by the American people. But all of these events were instead the result of the planning of men who have no addresses, no fixed homes, and no substantial loyalties -- save only to their own criminal interests. These are men who in more honorable times were sent to the gibbet, but today we make them presidents of our banks and universities, and then we watch appalled at the chaos and destruction which ensues from their every act. McFadden used "buzz words" similar to those bandied about by conservative talk show hosts today -- words like "foreign influences" -- "alien conspiracies" -- and "subterranean corridors of power." But keep in mind, the Congressman was NOT referring to some imminent extraterrestrial invasion, but instead was attempting to alert the American public to the evils of the Federal Reserve and a parasitic banking system which sought, in a deliberate and calculated way, to destroy America. Here are his most important papers, detailing what he saw as a massive CONSPIRACY involving FRAUD and TREASONOUS ACTIONS that was formulated by power-hungry, evil individuals -- along with the additional contemporary thinking of Senator Ron Paul. This special edition is available thanks to the assistance of Commander X, former military intelligence operative and whistleblower.
- Paperback | 606 pages
- 178 x 254 x 31mm | 1,034g
- 21 Dec 2011
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